This article examines the evolution of American policy in the Southern Caucasus since 1991. The article argues that US policy in the region has been ad hoc and inconsistent, reflecting ideological considerations (democracy promotion in Georgia), economic interests (access to Caspian Basin energy product and the development of US relations with Azerbaijan), US minority lobbying (US policy towards the Karabagh conflict), and idiosyncratic leadership preference (the personal relationship between Presidents Bush and Saakashvili) 동백꽃 필 무렵 11회 다운로드. This amalgam reflected the weakness of strategic drivers and notably Russia’s inability to act on its hegemonic aspirations in the region.
Khelashvili, G., & Macfarlane, S 다운로드. N. (2010). The Evolution of US Policy towards the Southern Caucasus. International Relations/Uluslararasi Iliskiler, 7(26).
This article reflects on the disparity of perceptions in the West over Georgia’s political trajectory since its first-ever peaceful transfer of power in October 2013 다운로드. Going beyond current affairs, the authors examine the significance of Georgia, primarily to Washington, in the context of greater developments in the diplomatic landscape 레바의모험 파이널. They argue that while the post-Soviet space has become increasingly multipolar and less convincingly multilateral, there is a need to go beyond a “reset” between former foes and a “reload” of the structure of regional alliances 온디맨드 코리아 다운로드.
Japaridze, T., & Roubanis, I. (2013). Tbilisi’s Relevance to Washington: What Is, Where Is, and What Can Be. American Foreign Policy Interests, 35(5), 272-282 다운로드.
It contains policy papers and recommendations covering some of the most pressing and sensitive issues of the current Georgian-Russian relations prepared by both Georgian and Russian authors 다운로드. Among the issues addressed in this publication are how European security environment affects Russo-Georgian relations, what are the possibilities for developing economic relations between the two neighbors and humanitarian aspects of Abkhazian and South Ossetian conflicts 유튜브 url 다운로드.
Gogolashvili, K. (2011). Russia and Georgia: Searching the Way Out. Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies (GFSIS), Policy Discussion Papers by Georgian and Russian experts 다운로드.
This article addresses the European Union’s security actorness, explaining its meaning, identifying the factors that are constitutive to the concept, and analysing whether the EU is becoming a mature security provider in Georgia 다운로드. The paper argues that despite the successful assessments of the EU Monitoring Mission in the context of CSDP development, the mission’s main contribution to the EU’s consolidation as a mature security actor and of a new regional status quo in the South Caucasus is centred on the complementary and comprehensive nature of the different EU tools deployed on the ground, in line with what we see as the ‘coming of age’ of the EU as a mature security actor 마인 크래프트 도시 맵.
Freire, M. R. & Simao, L. (2013). The EU in Georgia: building security?.Oficina do CES, 396, 11.
Since coming to power in late 2012, the Georgian Dream coalition has encountered an extremely challenging foreign and domestic policy environment – marked, in particular, by the difficulty of balancing relationships with the West and Russia respectively 캐릭캐릭체인지 다운로드. In its first year, the government’s foreign policy was impaired by inexperience and lack of professionalism, as well as by confusion and dysfunctionality caused by the sharing of power with President Mikheil Saakashvili of the United National Movement apple itunes 다운로드.
MacFarlane S. N. (2015). Two Years of the Dream: Georgian Foreign Policy During the Transition. Chatham House: Russia And Eurasia Program.